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Once Upon A Time!  

There was a time when every house, town, farm, or village had its own water well. Today, shared public utilities give us access to clean water by simply turning on the tap; cloud computing works in a similar fashion. Just like water from the tap in your kitchen, cloud computing services can be turned on or off quickly as needed. Like at the water company, there is a team of dedicated professionals making sure the service provided is safe, secure, and available on a 24/7 basis. When the tap isn’t on, not only are you saving water, but you aren’t paying for resources you don’t currently need.  

Vivek Kundra, Former Federal CIO, US Government (quoting from the book “Architecting the Cloud”, by Michael Kavis)  

The concept of cloud computing is proliferating throughout the tech world now-a-day, and has become synonymous to the internet itself, which is causing disruption to business as usual for most in-house IT teams. This phenomenon has caught the attention of more and more CIO’s across various industries, and some find themselves sitting ducks, while their competitors who got on the train earlier are reaping the benefits of almost zero upfront cost and significantly reduced overhead and/or administration. And today, many companies are one way or another utilizing some form of cloud services, whether it is web hosting with GoDaddy, offsite backup repository with Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Azure and Office360 with Microsoft … they are all some form of cloud solution, thus creating a new frontier for future business opportunity.

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